Meet the Staff
Ingrid Schorr oversees the annual Leonard Bernstein Festival of the Creative Arts and leads Brandeis' arts communications initiatives, including State of the Arts.
Before coming to Brandeis in 2006, Ingrid worked at the Office for the Arts at Harvard. She taught creative writing and drama at the Commonwealth School in Boston, the Putney School and St. Paul's School, and mentored young teachers at Breakthrough Cambridge, which creates paths to college for middle school students with high potential and limited opportunities.
Affiliations: Arts Administrators in Higher Education, a nationwide association of college and university professionals whose primary focus is to develop and facilitate opportunities for students to create and engage with the arts.
EdM: Harvard Graduate School of Education.
ABJ: University of Georgia's Henry Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communications.
Giuseppe is a PhD candidate in music composition and theory. As a composer, Giuseppe has performed at festivals and concert venues around Europe and the Boston area. At Brandeis, he created an interactive sound installation for the Festival of the Arts in 2019. He is involved with the New Music Brandeis series, the MusicUnitesUS program, and is a TA for several courses. Need hands-on support or a friendly person to bounce ideas off? Or want to practice your Italian? Giuseppe is here to help.
Judiana is a senior majoring in art history with a minor in architecture. Supporting Brandeis creators is Judiana’s passion. She updates the Arts Engagement website and creates email newsletters, in addition to providing event support. Previous campus arts and culture activities include Caribbean Cultural Club, Campus Activities Board, SCRAM and DEIS Impact. In addition, Judiana creates social media and branding for the MakerLab. Outside of Brandeis, Judiana enjoys photography, making vision boards and weightlifting. If you need any tips, feel free to reach out!
Sabrina is a sophomore majoring in anthropology and art history, with a minor in classical studies. Outside of the office, she is active in undergraduate theater on campus and works in the Spingold Costume Shop. Fun fact: Her favorite artist is Artemisia Gentileschi!
Angela is a double major in art history and East Asian studies. She coordinates the exhibition of student artwork on the Create@Brandeis wall in Usdan, and is also on the Leonard Bernstein Festival of the Creative Arts planning committee. If you’re interested in learning more about curating student artwork, you can meet with Angela during Arts Engagement office hours or send her an email or Instagram DM.